Browsing Items (141 total) Tagged  ‘Women's Rights’



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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Titus writes about her home life and lectures on antislavery and women's rights at Dodworth's.

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Titus writes about a visit to close friends in Canandaigua and of a convention featuring Susan B Anthony and Charles Remond.

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Nathaniel Jr Potter to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Potter writes about a deed to be completed and of spiritualism taking hold of several people.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary gives news about acquaintances and writes complementarily about a preacher she heard at Quaker meeting, also briefly alluding to New York political developments.

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Handwritten letter from Charles ? Haynet to Isaac Post, n.d. Mr. Haynet first describes his struggles in business. He then moves on inform Isaac of his recent conversion to Spiritualism while in New York City, detailing the work of a Miss Emma…

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Mary writes of friendly interactions between reformers and more traditional Quakers, and also gives news about friends and family.

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Handwritten letter from S A Hallock to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Hallock discusses the possibility of the moderate reformer E W Farnham lecturing in Rochester and praises her lectures and writing.

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Handwritten letter from N W Daniels to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Daniels tells of a recent lecture by his wife Cora and requests that Amy Post write in the Anti Slavery Standard about his and his wife's recent reform work.

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent events in the Boston abolitionist movement.

Date: September 10, 1854

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about the recent events of the Boston abolitionist movement.

Date: September 6, 1852

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent events in the Boston abolitionist movement.

Date: October 9, 1852

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post and asks about their mutual friends.

Date: June 7, 1857

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post and shares with her news about their mutual friends.

Date: July 31, 1854

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent abolitionist events.

Date: July 19, 1852

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent events in the anti-slavery and woman's rights community. He also mentions spending time with John Brown Jr.

Date: July 8, 1860

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent anti-slavery events and the growing Spiritualist movement.

Date: August 11, 1849

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about upcoming Equal Suffrage meetings in Ohio.

Date: August 7, 1856

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about recent events in the abolitionist movement. Preceding this letter is a letter Nell wrote to Post on April 16, 1854. Refer to letter #1023.

Date: April 9, 1854

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post, June 10, 1887. Douglass writes to Post about his recent travels in England and Europe.

Date: June 10, 1887

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about Ellen and William Craft, two fugitive slaves.

Date: October 25, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about his recent anti-slavery lectures.

Date: October 20, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, July 11, 1870.

Date: July 11, 1870

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Handwritten letter from Matilda Joslyn Gage to Amy Kirby Post. Gage writes to Post and asks her for a report on the public's reaction to the woman's rights movement in Monroe County.

Date: April 2, 1870

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Handwritten letter from Henry Brown Blackwell to Amy Kirby Post. Blackwell writes to Post that he's received her subscription information for the Woman's Journal.

Date: February 5, 1870

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Lucy Stone. Post writes in response to Stone's October 26, 1869 letter, inviting her to the first American Woman's Rights Convention.

Date: November 5, 1869

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Handwritten letter from Lucy Stone to Isaac and Amy Post. Stone writes to the Posts to encourage them to attend the 1869 American Woman Suffrage Association Convention, held in Cleveland.

Date: October 26, 1869

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony appeals to Post to ensure that members of the Working Women's Association attend the National Convention of Working Men.

Date: September 15, 1868

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Mary Post Hallowell. Anthony writes to Hallowell asking her to review the 1848 Seneca Falls and Rochester convention reports.

Date: April 11, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Sojourner Truth. Stanton writes to Truth about attending the upcoming American Equal Rights Convention.

Date: March 24, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post to share with her the proceedings of a recent woman's rights meeting.

Date: February 17, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about the activists who will speak at an upcoming meeting.

Date: December 9, 1866

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about preparations for the Monroe County Convention.

Date: December 2, 1866

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about the upcoming eleventh annual National Woman's Rights Convention.

Date: 1866-04- ?

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about a meeting planned to encourage women to speak about the Civil War.

Date: April 13, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about gathering names on a petition and the details of the National Woman's Rights convention taking place in Albany on February 12, 1861.

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, June 2, 1857. Anthony writes to Post about an upcoming meeting in Waterloo, New York.

Date: June 2, 1857

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Handwritten letter from Martha Coffin Pelham Wright to Amy Kirby Post, September 27, 1853. Wright describes the arrangements for providing reduced train fare to those attending the Cleveland woman's rights convention.

Date: September 27, 1853

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, 1853? Anthony share with Post the names of possible speakers at an upcoming woman's rights convention in Chicago.

Date: 1853 ?

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Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Amy Kirby Post, 1849. Stanton writes to Post and introduces her to fellow activist, Amelia Bloomer. Bloomer began to publish her newspaper, the Lily during this period.

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Handwritten letter from Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis to [?] Coe, n.d. Davis describes the preparations for an upcoming woman's rights convention.

Date: 1851 ?